President Joe Biden on Tuesday posted a campaign ad promoting his legislative victory by using clips from a recent speech given by GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene at the Turning Point Action Conference where she compared Biden to Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson.
“Joe Biden has the largest public investment in social infrastructure and environmental programs, which essentially ended what FDR started, which LBJ expanded, and Joe Biden is trying to complete,” Greene said in the video set. in happy music.
The ad continues with another clip from a speech Greene gave last weekend where he explained the Biden administration’s investments. “Programs to address education, medical care, urban problems, rural poverty, transportation, Medicare, Medicaid labor unions, and he continues to work on them,” Greene said.
In response to Greene’s speech, the White House Tweet on Monday: “We were caught. President Biden is working to make life easier for hardworking families.
The congressman from Georgia — who was recently kicked out of the House Freedom Caucus — Tweet on Tuesday, “This is exactly what Joe Biden approved,” in response to a campaign ad alongside a longer clip of his speech. In the new clip, he discussed the country’s economy, explaining that “we are now $32 trillion in debt with high homelessness, 40 years of record inflation.”
The Biden administration has promoted “Bidenomics” in recent weeks – an economic theory that rejects the idea of ”trickle-down” policies in favor of focusing on the middle class. It is expected to be the focus of Biden’s reelection campaign in 2024.
The president first embraced the idea in June at a time when the administration was looking for a solution to Americans’ negative view of the economy and a vehicle to take credit for an economy that is trending higher. in the right direction.